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. sanjay, jim, thanks very much. >> you bet. >> let us know what you think about this law, if you knew about it, follow me on twitter @andersoncooper. >>> up next, gabby giffords' new message on guns and how she's planning to put the heat on her old colleagues. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock ultimate. so for protection you just can't get anywhere else, get lifelock ultimate. >> i didn't know how serious identity theft was until i lost my credit and eventually i lost my home. >> announcer: credit monitoring is not enou
how it goes. >> i think it was a very aggressive obama speech. >> he's making a bet that america's turning a corner. if we could show, if i could ask our great folks in the control room, to show the wide shot again. the white house. you see across the river. as the sun sets there. i remember standing in that park on 9/11 and watching the smoke. you see the top right of your screen. i remember we were evacuated from the white house on 9/11 and watching the smoke come up from the pentagon in what would be the top right of your screen there. the president in his speech today talked about the war is over. a decade of war is ending. >> yes. >> he is making a bet that america cannot retreat from the world but, heck, can have a different engagement with the world. that both changes foreign policy but it also potentially frees up resources in domestic policy. >> he can use that as a springboard to say now that we have the opportunity, we must seize the moment. he's got this whole -- his wife now is getting very involved in the politics of this. she's going to be very involved in this. wo
to these inaugural events. >> well, i have a funny feeling she's going to look like me, in a tux. call me a betting man, but i have a feeling we'll see the president in a tux. >> you know what the best part today? women's wear daily which follows fashion, tweeted out, there's president obama wearing the same brooks brother coat he wore last time. i thought, isn't that okay? >> very excited people, and the reason i'm so excited, we have been joined by somebody i would view played the greatest dramatic character in the history of television. and that is the man who played toby ziegler in "west wing." welcome. >> that was quite an introduction. >> i watched all seven seasons for the third time, so i can almost quote everything you have said. we don't have time, but i wish we did. let's talk about the president. you have been watching this, an amazing day of history in many ways, but a man with a purpose now, you get a sense. what did you make of the speech in. >> exactly that. he seemed to reconfirm that he's here for a purpose, he's here for a reason. i love that he mentioned gay and lesbian equal ri
bet to make. i can almost guarantee t all right. nischelle turner. thanks very much. good talking with you. enjoy the evening. >> sure. >>> there was no lone gunman. we have heard that claim before about the assassination of jfk. for the first time, confirmation what his brother, bobby, thought so too. that story ahead. >>> you know the flu can be deadly but there is a surge in another virus that can kill and it targets infants. if you're a parent, you can't afford to miss that segment. >>> then we have got some apps to help you find out where the flu is in your neighborhood. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. check for more! well, i guess i can double check... my watch! [ male announcer ] it pays to double check, with state farm. we don't let frequent heartburn come between
that. >> interesting. sanjay, jim, thanks very much. >> you bet. >> let us know what you think about this law, if you knew about it, follow me on twitter @andersoncooper. >>> up next, gabby giffords' new message on guns and how she's planning to put the heat on her old colleagues. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's just common sense. excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty
along. i also am somewhat of a contrarian in china and the far east. i think things are going to bet better as the year progresses, the eurozone should benefit from the easy monetary policies that they've seen and we don't, we're not even arguing about a financial crisis in the eurozone right now. interest rates have come down in the harmed countries, so when i wrap it all together and i've got about ten other reasons why i like the stock market. i think the market is probably going to be up what it was this year. about 13% or so. i'm -- >> double what a lot -- >> well that's a bullish way, 10, 12, 13% of the market. gina martin adams is an equity strategist at wells fargo securities. ned talks off a lot of things, unemployment. auto, housing, asia. you put those same things into a mix and you don't get as optimistic a view as he does. >> it's more likely the market takes a little bit of pous and a lot of that is because of policy and everything that's going on in washington, creating some degree of limited risk tolerance. but the other key component is earnings. the market has risen
searching over that. >> interesting. sanjay, jim, thanks very much. >> you bet. >> let us know what you think about this law, if you knew about it, follow me on twitter @andersoncooper. i'm tweeting about it tonight. >>> up next, gabby giffords' new message on guns and how she plans to put the heat on her old colleagues. also, what can they actually accomplish? the raw politics of that. the forces at play, when we come back. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. because for every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise, alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. let's fight fat with alli
. >> you bet. you bet. >>> what are these gun task force meetings doing to gun stocks? christine romans breaks it down next. and our "starting point" team heads in to talk about that and much more. good morning. >>> welcome back to "starting point." i'm christine romans minding your business. s & p 500 hit a five- year high. closing at the highest level since december 2007. u.s. stock futures are flat this morning. wells fargo reports fourth quarter earnings before the bell. >>> the massive flu outbreak costing the economy about $83 billion, according to statistics based on 2011. that's the direct costs. indirect costs from lost productive, $6.2 billion annually. 17 million work days are lost due to flu-related illness. nyc's new york's comptroller have called for businesses to give paid sick leave so contagious people don't come to work anyway. >> i don't like sick people. >> that's why we have an epidemic. >> go ahead. >> gun stocks fell again after more gun force task meet negotiation washington. stearns rulinger over 3%. walmart attended the white house meeting after initially citin
're welcome. >> happy new year, christine. >> you too, joe. >> you bet. >>> the senate missed the fiscal cliff deadline and we don't know what's going to happen in the house. how are americans viewing the stalemate in washington? alison kosik, with the clock running it's appropriate she's at a new york diner, tick tock. how is it looking over there, alison? >> reporter: you took the words right out of my mouth, joe, we are at the tick tock diner, we appro po because the clock has been ticking on congress to make the decision and this is a great diner, not only people from new york are here but people across the world are here. i ran into fazad from l.a. happy new year. >> thank you, happy new year. >> reporter: you're frustrated how lawmakers handled this. >> right, i think delaying it isn't a solution and a solution is someone has to give up something at some point and the politics right now sore heavy handed that i don't feel like in two months we'll come away with something people will be happy with. like me i'm a teacher in l.a. and politicians should be working for, they're so far removed
an emergency landing at a nearby place. >>> we bet you have never seen anything like this before. this is a cat. you see him there, right? he was caught by prison guards in brazil and discovered trying to enter the prison with saws, drills, batteries and a cell phone all taped to his little body. guards intercepted the feline felon before it could make its way inside. officials say they don't know who the intended recipient was and that all 250 inmates are suspects. pretty darn clirve. a feline felon. >>> cnn sunday morning continues at the opof ttop of the hour. >>> dr. sanjay gupta says what a father's helping a brain injury using fish oil. >>> hello and thanks for watching. the new year is here. a new chance to do things right. you know, i watched the doctor make this case that sugar is basically toxic. i want to talk about that today. he brings some new advice on what to eat. also, deepak chopra is here with tips how to distress and how to be happier. and how to keep a new year's resolution. here we go. ♪ >>> we're going to get to all of that, but first, every year, about 1
. >> simply take a look and find out. >> there's a label, i bet. every couch has this label. >> come in, notice. >> this article meets the flammability requirements of california bureau of home furnishings, technical bulletin 117. care should be exercised near open flame or with burning cigarettes. >> when you read that, what does that mean to you? >> it means it's loaded with toxic flame retardant chemicals that don't prevent fires, yes. >> this is a hotel. there are thousands of people who have probably sat on this couch. >> same with your home. >> everywhere? >> everywhere. >> it's quite a striking story. we add all these chemicals to things. they don't work, they're not necessary, and they're probably toxic. >> right, but they're incredibly, incredibly profit-driven. >> globally, flame retardant chemicals are a growing business. grossing more than $4 billion a year. >> there's three companies that manufacture and sell the chemicals, and they have various advocacy groups who talk about burns and fire. >> advocacy groups like the citizens for fire safety. remember them? not just any c
says "you can bet the anti-gunners will be trying to mobilize their supporters to pack the hearing room and we need to make sure that the room is filled with second amendment supporters!" dana bash is on capitol hill this morning and finding out all sorts of stuff this morning for example there was a move to bring guns into the senate committee hearing, is that going to happen? >> reporter: it's not and it was a move by two of the republican senators on the committee, two of the chief supports of gun rights, lindsey graham and ted cruz. i'm told by a spokesman for graham they're not going to do this because of lots of red tape and bureaucracy in order to allow them to do this. first and foremost assault weapons are not legal in the district of columbia so they gave up and lindsey graham is going to have pictures and posters of these weapons as his show and tell, not the actual weapons themselves. >> gotcha. you also talked to mark kelly about his testimony. what did he tell you especially about the nra? >> reporter: very interesting. mark kelly and gabby giffords, his wife, they are bot
are a billionaire. >> i bet you anything that he will send you a copy of the birth certificate any day now to prove it. >> i will send him mine to prove that i am a human being born in the united states of america. >> and it sounds like if you look at the example quickly, but it is like coming to the point where the comedians have to be concerned about what they say. >> well, there is a concern about the freedom of expression, and i'll be honest with you, the more better known you are like bill maher, there are more limitation, because if you say something wrong or inappropriate, you are in the media the next day to defend yourself, and lesser known, it is not so serious, but this is a war on comedy. donald trump is leading it. >> get your $5 million check ready, dino abdallah. >> okay. i'll be ready. >> "state of the union" starts right now with candy crowley. en yjoy your sunday. >>> the white house forces the issue and signaling it will go wherever it can on gun control. today, biden panel readies the report for a white house banking on public revulsion. >> there is nothing that has gone to the
officers should have guns, and she said her training kicked in. i bet you guys looked long and hard for a story like that. but the one you saw doesn't do any damage to the pro-gun argument, bank ecause it was a police officer, they don't argue that a police officer should not be armed. the second one is the actual situation that you get when you have lots and lots of individuals running around trying to play vigilante. >> it is interesting, there were others e-mailing us, saying we were afraid to tell that story, because they point to us as a sign that people being armed is a good idea, kind of to address the theories. you actually say there is more common ground and the thing that is the president could do that the nra would actually give thumbs up to t. what do you see? >> the truth is i'm much less interested in the politics than the policies that can come from it. the president has taken flak for not doing enough on gun control. but there are things like enforcement. 77,000 people have lied on criminal background checks on whether they could legally obtain a gun. they have been
in. i bet you guys looked long and hard for a story like that butt one you found was actually one that i don't think does any damage to the pro-gun control argument because it was a police officer. i don't think anyone's arguing police officers, perhaps even off duty police officers shouldn't be armed. the second one seems to be much more like the actual situation you get when you have lots and lots of individuals running around trying to play vigilante. >> we picked that story because there are all these conspiracy theorists e-mailing us saying we were afraid to tell that story because they point to that story as a sign or indication of people being armed is a good idea. you say there's more common ground and things that the president could do by executive order that the nra would give a thumbs up to. what do you see? >> i'm much more interested less in the politics of tomorrow than the policies and common ground that can come from it. the president has taken a lot of flak from people like mayor bloomberg for not doing enough on gun control in his administration. there are things
to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is this they are not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through. >> let's be honest. we are not always going to be able to find these individuals who on a dime turn into madmen and what could help here in new town is a ban on assault weapons. i've got to tell you, i fundamentally believe that if we had a ban on assault weapons and a ban on high capacity magazines that this guy might never, ever have taken up arms to begin with. what happens is these guys start to get courageous when they think they can walk into a school or movie theater with the kind of guns they see in movie theaters. there would still be little boys and little girls alive in newtown today i believe if you bana sought weapons and high capacity magazine clips. that's something we can do and then do now. >> susan can diotti is in newtown, connecticut. there's the delicate subject of what to do about the school itself. do they make it a memorial or tear it down. susan? >> reporter: drew, tonight in newtown there was a public forum wi
of the president's, and big donors, you can bet, and members of the cabinet. one member of the cabinet not be here. we don't know who it is. the designated survivor, just in case the unimaginable happens. bill clinton, jimmy carter, no bushes, however. george h.w. bush recuperating from illness and george w. bush had to send his regrets. look at the blue carpet. yesterday they had vacuums in here cleaning up and the glass you can see right there, just minutes, wiping it clean to make everything look absolutely perfect for the ceremonies again. the president will take the oath for the second time in two days at 11:30 this morning. soledad. >> john berman, thank you. let's get to john king. hey, john. >> soledad, hello to you. i don't think it's so chilly. i'm with you on the weather front. a beautiful spring day in washington. let's get to the team joining us on beach day in washington. we have the former obama deputy press secretary, margaret hoover, and brian liza for "the new yorker" and ron brownstein from "the national journal." we're going to head straight up to john borrasso, a conservative,
been introduced. >> and obviously, apple's betting on those. steve jobs died in october of 2011. now, if, and this is a big if, because betting against apple never paid off for anybody, but this apple does have some issues now. turned out to be longer term. are they tim cook's fault or steve jobs? he's rolling out his products, keeping his view. everything. >> well, to a certain extent, but tim cook isn't steve jobs. the job that -- steve jobs' job, there you go, was a very difficult act to follow and he had an advantage and that was in each case, he was pioneering a new product category from nothing. where as tim cook is in mature markets and he's having to carry those products further, deeper in. where steve would say, oh, to heck with that, let's just start something new and he'd start a new wave over and over and over again. the problem here is the warren buffett problem. apple is having trouble finding markets big enough to enter. >> still to come, the pentagon plans to open new doors to women in the military. meaning women actually fighting on the front line. and manti te'o adm
and water seems the best bet, but again, the idea of touching things and then your nose and your mouth. we all do this subconsciously a couple hundred times a day. you have to pay more attention to that because that's one of the more common ways to get sick. >> if you do come down with it or think you come down with it, what do you do? is there treatment, do you take antibiotics? >> that's the thing. antibiotics are for bacterial infections. this is a viral infection. there are antibiotics out there. but the big problem with this is people become dehydrated. so as hard as it is, you have to keep as much fluids down as you can. this is particularly true for the elderly. there are hundreds of people who die from this every year, and usually it's from dehydration. unfortunately, there's no particular medication. try to get as many fluids down as you can and stay home so you're not infecting other people. one thing i'll point out, you start to become contagious before you get sick. so you have to assume you're always potentially contagious and act accordingly. >> you, now that we've completely
? >> you know, i long made it a practice never to bet on hillary clinton. although i would never bet against her. so, i think you know, there are millions of americans including me who are very much hoping that she gets enough rest and feels good about having a political career and runs for president, but she's xwt a lot of options. and you know, she needs to look no further than her husband to find another really good option. i think president bill clinton has really led the way as a role model for having a really effective and important life with a big impact on the world, a good impact on the world without elected office. and so she's got options. >> she certainly does. i want to ask you and switch gears a little bit, the inauguration coming up. there has been pushback against the president for not having enough diversity in his cabinet in his second term. jane fonda, gloria steinham are asking him to appoint a woman to head up the fcc. what do you make of this. >> nobody's a bigger fan of gloria and jane fonda than i am. he hasn't indicated he's going anywhere. people need to giv
the names right. luckily there's very few sports fans in boston for your re-election hopes. the bets he has with the baltimore mayor they are exchanging food and judging from the photo this is not something he needs to do right now. >> oh! >> we need a better bet. the bets of exchanging food -- >> have you ever had a baltimore crab cake? >> okay, they have great crab cakes in new england as well. >> no, they don't. baltimore has the best! >> you need to have better bets. they're just exchanging food. >> all right, whatever, let's talk about the ravens defensive coordinator and how he's going to contain tom brady. >> this is spectacular. he's going to go all tonya harding, he said, he wants to spray water near the patriots bus as tom brady's getting off because if you've seen tom brady in this postseason he's been unstoppable and tom brady is looking to go to yet another super bowl, more super bowls than anyone else in the history of the nfl, six super bowls which would be unbelievable, unprecedented, he looks as good now as he did when he was going to his first super bowl. i'm talking about
the technology area right now. last year, i bet on the cues. the year before i bet on the qs. i hear the case about slowing earnings, but the stocks have already slowed down. apple is 200 points below its high. if you start to look at them statistically, the price earnings ratios on big cap stocks are less than the s&p 500. the future, the future growth, secular growth of the industry has got to be twice that of the s&p, yet it's got a p/e ratio that's 3 percentage points less. 3 multiple points. the other factor i like about it is, this is the reason employment growth hasn't been strong. substitution of labor for capital, clearly we've seen productivity rise because of what's going on in technology. the world still has to be wired without any question whatsoever. and i get back to this valuation issue again, if you look at free cash flow, enterprise value versus free cash flow, the top five stocks in the big tech index are selling at half of the multiple that they were five and ten years ago. my god, this is an industry that's gone bananas on one side of the earnings and yet the price earnin
political capital, you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is, they're not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through this kwocongress. >> let's be honest, we're not always going to be able to find these individuals who on a dime turn into mad men. and what could have helped here in newtown is a ban on assault weapons. i have to tell you, if we had a ban on assault weapons and a ban on high capacity magazine clips, this guy would have never taken up weapons in the first place. there would be little boys and girls alive in newtown today, i believe, if you had banned assault weapons and these high capacity magazine clips. that's something question can do now and do now. >> susan candiotti is in newtown connecticut. the people of that town marked one month today. there's the delicate subject of what to do about the school itself, do they make it a memorial or tear it down? >> reporter: tonight in new town, there was a public forum with many people trying to decide what to do about the future of sandy hook elementary school, where the sh
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tomorrow night. >> the victory ball tomorrow night. >> the b.e.t., the buzz of a late afterparty rahm emanuel doing tomorrow night. the creative coalition gala tomorrow night. so many different things. i think it is whatever you can get yourself into where you don't have to spend too much money is the secret. >> that is the secret. nice tough, amy. appreciate it. >> nice to see you. >>> after a very divisive campaign and battle over the fiscal cliff what can the president do now to unite the country? >> former bush white house spokesman ari fleisher will join us with advice for president obama. that's ahead. >> i bet he has some advice. ♪ hi dad. many years from now, when the subaru is theirs... hey. you missed a spot. ...i'll look back on this day and laugh. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended probiotic. align. align naturally helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ ooh, baby, can i do for you today? ♪ try align today. >>> welcome back, everybody, you are watching cnn's coverage of the 2013 inauguration. as barack obama starts his sec
says i didn't prepare anything, drink. there are going to be people, i bet you, that are doing this at home, but i do think that the ladies would tell you if you're following these rules, wear lots of layers, but also drink responsibly. >> thanks so much for starting your morning with us. >>> we've got another hour coming up on "cnn saturday morning" starts right now. >> good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell, thanks for starting your day with us. >>> and we start with lance armstrong in a new report saying he's going to come clean about taking drugs "usa today" reports he'll admit to it in an interview on monday. >> armstrong has vehemently denied using performance-enha e performance-enhancing drugs during his career and has sued people who said he did. he's already been stripped of seven tour de france titles. why come clean now? well, last hour i spoke with "usa today's" brent schottenboer. >> why is he doing this now? the evidence came out against him in october, and in the three months since then, he's been keeping a pretty low profile. and i thin
think best bet is if you can't find it, your usual pharmacy, look somewhere else. >> right. a lot of people want to know, too, and these would be friends of mine, not friends of yours, who thought they could get the flu from a flu shot. and you say that's absolutely not true. >> some of my friends have asked that question as well. that is a myth. and is i think we can 'tis pens with this right now is saying that it's actually a ted virus. and an inactive virus. this is the flu shot here. you can't get it from this. but what can happen, ben, and for everybody else, once you get this shot, you're actually activating your immune system. and when you activate the immune system, that's often what makes you feel cruddy. it's not the virus itself, it's your immune system. that's not the flu. that's your body doing what it's supposed to do. sochblths when you start to feel cruddy when is the time to go to the hospital and stay on the couch, chicken noodle soup, flat jinger ale? >> all of moms advice. for most people, it's going to be exactly what you just described. you need to get rest,
, and you can bet he's probably screaming in his apartment right now. i remember, actually, when i interviewed him shortly after, i think it was the day after she wore that gown, and he said, you know, i was inside my apartment eating a domino's pizza, and there she walked out in my white gown, and i was screaming, it's me, it's me. can you believe it's me? and it's that same level of surprise tonight. what a shock. honestly, someone who has covered fashion for a very long time, anderson, i have to tell you, i really did think she was going to give someone else a chance this time. but at the end of the day, she's a woman who wants to look and feel great on an important day in history, so she chose the gown that made her feel that way. that's why she came out tonight in jason wu. >> and in terms of his business, he's now -- he's designed furniture, designed, i think, stuff for target, i saw in your piece, and really, both very kind of high fashion and also more fashion that's accessible. >> he most certainly did. he did an extremely successful collection for target that was a one-sh
don't want to make predictions -- you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is they are not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through this congress. >> as long as lawmakers need money to get re-elected, how can any law maker really take a stand and make it stick? >> we simply have to take a stand, and the nra leadership has never shown any shortage of arrogance, and they're not displaying any humility now, but this is a real tipping point. the country has reached an awful fatigue with these repeated gun tragedies. i think that will be reflected in what congress does. i think it will develop the spine and backbone necessary to pass an assault weapons ban, a ban on ammunition clips, to pass universal background checks, and i hope to remove this immunity that only one industry in america enjoys and that, in fact, protects a lot of unscrupulous gun sellers and dealers. >> congressman adam schiff, thanks so much for being with us. >>> it's been one month to the day since the killing rampage at sandy hook elementary in newtown, conn
candiotti for us. thank you. and stay warm yourself there. >> reporter: you bet. >>> hacker group anonymous has declared war on the u.s. government after hacking the federal sentencing commissions overnight, here is what the site looks like right now. all morning it's been going from being totally shut down to showing a video and this long letter that demands many things. it's here in green on this black page. >> the video and letter addressed to the citizens of the world threatens, quote, chaos. and nick valencia has been looking into this for us this morning. how real is this threat? >> they're very real threats. in the past they've followed through on similar threats in disabling websites like the fbi and government websites like the department of justice. not the first time they've taken down the doj. they're comprised mostly of anarchist-type computer hackers. they are a leaderless organization. again, they've got a lot of global support. they're demanding fundamental changes to the department of justice. they believe a past high-profile hackers have been victims, they say, to draconia
that you and i probably aren't betting people, right? >> i don't know. we may be. off the air i may send you an e-mail. what's your prediction? do you have a score for me? you did last week. >> this is going to be a team of defenses. i'm thinking low-scoring game. not too high scoring. i'll go with 21-20 the irish of notre dame. >> all right. loving that. i'm going to join you on that. former player with the atlantic falcons and buffalo bills, we're going to talk to you at 6:00. berman is going to have a hand. he does not like notre dame. prepare yourself. >> arm wrestle. >> that's a great idea with a former nfl player. let's around wrestle. thank you. >>> turning to some new developments this hour in the explosive rape case that's consuming the countries town of steubenville. lawyers want their client's trial postponed and moved out of the area. so much emotion. defense attorney adam nemann sees no other choice. >> given the publicity and what we perceive as threats to individuals, witnesses and also defendants, and defense counseling, we're concerned about safety issues at this point.
. >> yeah, i bet. i bet. you from illinois as i mentioned. just outside of chicago. >> from wisconsin. milwaukee area. >> okay. milwaukee. you were a bulls fan, right? >> pretty much. pretty much. >> not anymore. >> have to cheer for your home team. they are the champs. i had no problem going there and doing the thing. >> this has gone viral. can you believe it? 100,000 views. pretty incredible, right. mike, congratulations. >> thank you. >> if you want, i'm available to take some of that money from you. >> mike, no. you pay your bills, go see your mother. >> congratulations. no, enjoy this win. enjoy this moment. so glad you came in to spend time with us. all right, christine. >>> best advice from one of the stars of tv's "mob wives." big ang. >>> and if you don't know her, you should. one of the most colorful women on television today. >>> and the bomb she will revelation in the jonbenet ramsey case. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ ph
of taking down the global economy because of stupid, stupid derivatives bets they made. now there's this lawsuit that the aig board will consider, a lawsuit brought by the former ceo, hank greenberg, and they'll talk today about whether they want to be a part of it. this happening as aig is in a public relations campaign to say thank you for saving them. look at this public relations bid that they're doing. >> and now we're helping the east coast recover from hurricane sandy. >> we're a leading global insurance company -- >> the timing is a bit tough here and the current ceo saying we want to remind that you we do thank taxpayers for helping us. so the board of directors has to consider the demands and respond in a timely manner. it will be making the decision in the next several weeks. basically a long way of saying maybe. >> shocking. worst pr move ever. >> they say the government forced it down their throat, and that they got a really bad deal. fed was a loan shark. 14% interest. let me tell you a fun story. disney is rolling out this thing, a wrist band that you can book a gua
three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
around the world will ask if america is in fact a safe bet. markets could go haywire, interest rates could spike for anybody who borrowing money, every homeowner who borrows money, every student with a student loan and every business owner who wants to grow and hire. it would be a self-inflicted wound on the economy. it would slow down our growth, might tip us into recession, and ironically, would probably increase our deficit. so to even entertain the idea of this happening, of the united states of america not paying its bills is irresponsible. it's absurd. as the speaker said two years ago, it would be, and i'm quoting speaker boehner now, a financial disaster not only for us, but for the worldwide economy. so we have got to pay our bills. and republicans and congress have two choices here, they can act responsibly and pay america's bills, or they can act irresponsibly and put america through another economic crisis. but they will not collect a ransom in exchange for not crashing the american economy. the financial well-being of the american people is not leveraged to be used. the
of milk and plenty of sex. what about that for a recipe or lifelong? >> it's obviously worked. i bet her blood pressure would be on the low side. >> can we stay off blood pressure? >> looking at places where people live a long time, the story resonates. social structure around them, family with them here today and ability to make peace with what's going on in your life and then physical activity. and sex does count. >> i'm 48 and since i've gotten to my late 40s i have sleep problems. i wake up every night at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. i can't get back to sleep. >> i have a 1-year-old daughter who wakes up at 3:00 in the morning. for people who have broken sleep, how important is sleep? how many hours should you get? and if you can't get enough, what do you do about it? >> the number one underappreciated health problem in america is sleep issues. it drives over eating, high blood pressure. >> i can blame my 1-year-old daughter? >> assess, blame, condemn, that's what it comes down to. sleep issues, you mentioned you're awake in the middle of the night. anxiety can cause it, as we get ol
't want to make predictions, and yo you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is that they are not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through this congress. >> this is not your father's nra, but it represents gun manufacturers and less than half of the funding comes from their member, and they make tens of millions of dollars off of the purchases of guns. >> just his overall temperament and is he suited to run a department or big agency or big entity like the pentagon? >> you have questions about his temperament? >> i think -- i think -- i think there are numbers of staffers who are coming forth now just talking about the way he has dealt with them. i have certainly questions about a lot of things. >> one of the things interesting about this issue of temperament, i know there's a close relationship between the president and chuck hagel. i have traveled with him. i understand it but i also understand that chuck has the wherewithal and the ability to speak truth to power. >> what is his view of america's role in the world? whether
examined in the fist place and i bet it was discovered incidentally. >> secretary of state clinton discovered a blood clot in her leg which she said it was the most serious health risk she experienced in her life. is she more suscept nibl the future? >> definitely. people who have had blood clots in the leg or brain have a higher susceptibility. may be factors in the blood that prevent adequate clotting or predispose people to clots and those have to be checked into. deficiencies and certain factors in the blood. the other thing with secretary clinton, she travels a lot. a very hectic life-style, spends a lot of times on airplanes. >> got to moe around on the planes for sure. >> you have to. every hour. >> this was caught not by accident but maybe by coincidence. what would have happened if this most recent clot gone untreated. >> it could have caused swelling of brain. the place where it's sitting in the transverse sigh husband us in, if left untreated, fluid would have backed up in the brain, resulting in swelling and that can become potentially dangerous. >> but they did treat i
football. also tended the summer olympics in london and made a bet with former president bill clinton on the ryder cup, which he paid up for, by the way. this year i talked to the biggest names in sports about what it takes to be the very best and what it feels like to be a world champion. >> what a moment for you, huh, the green jacket. can i touch it? >> go ahead. >> how does it feel? >> feels nice. >> how does it really feel to be bubba watson right now? >> it's overwhelming, people like yourself wanting to talk to me. for me to come to new york and do these interviews and meet you for the first time, it's a special time. >> why have you given me the big, exclusive interview. somebody has told me a rather unnerving reason why. >> because when you were on this other show, "america's got talent," you were a [ bleep ], so i wanted to come here and make fun of you just like you make fun of everybody else. >> i heard that's a reason. that's genuinely why, isn't it? i'm a [ bleep ]. >> exactly. >> i don't care how we got you here. i'll take it. >>> how hard is it for people who have been
, i suspect, i have not looked at the appropriation, i bet you the great bulk of that money is for community purposes, bridges, roads, sewers, water. i doubt that much of that government money is going to be reserved for individual payments, for individuals residing in the area. fema, i suspect will go to community-wide improvements. >> what is the most difficult decision you had to make in giving away government money to the victims of 9/11, bp, or katrina, the virginia tech shooting. these other areas where you were asked to distribute funds? >> in all of these cases whether it is bp or 9/11, or virginia tech, any of them, the emotion that you confront with people who justifiably have been wronged through no fault of their own. they are innocent victims. they are frustrated by life's misfortune. and you have to try and empathize with people, and sort of try to be a psychiatrist, in trying to gauge that emotion. and try to deal with them as best you can. >> ken fineberg, good luck. >>> and falling well short of what they had to do. >> we had a chance for our generation to d
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